Schizophrenia Research Forum meeting reports

This year I’ve traveled near and far to cover the latest schizophrenia-related findings at three different meetings. This turned into nine meeting reports published at Schizophrenia Research Forum.

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2013 World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics Boston, MA

Substantial Genetic Leads Emerge for Schizophrenia 10/23/13
New Mutations Pop Up in Schizophrenia Genomes 10/31/13
Genetic Links Across Disorders 11/6/13

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OHBM 2013 logo2013 Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Seattle, WA

Human Brain Imagers Convene in Seattle 7/12/13

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Orlando2013 International Congress on Schizophrenia Research
Orlando, FL

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Identifying and Treating the Psychosis Prodrome 4/26/13
Divvying Up the Prodrome 4/30/13
Mysterious RNAs Provide Clues for Schizophrenia 5/13/2013
Olfactory Clues to Schizophrenia 5/24/13
The Research Enterprise, as Seen by People With Schizophrenia 6/25/13

SIRS 2012 — The pile of schizophrenia genetics puzzle pieces grows

More than 1,600 researchers and clinicians gathered in a Florence from 14-18 April 2012 to discuss new schizophrenia research at the Third Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) conference. There, researchers highlighted their latest genetics findings, which illustrated that raw information — even the high-resolution kind provided by sequencing — is no substitute for a true understanding of the genetic roots of the disorder.

Read this meeting report at Schizophrenia Research Forum.